The highway workers, who have served well during an eventful year, are to be hailed at the annual luncheon, set for 11 a.m. Feb. 26 at the Thurman Town Hall.
Debbie Runyon has volunteered to organize the event, and she is seeking people to assist by donating food and drinks, plastic plates and cups, silverware, etc.
Anyone interested in helping Debbie should contact her at 744-5677 — help would be greatly appreciated.
Debbie expresses thanks in advance to those who can assisting with this event. Our road crew works hard, does a great job, and deserves their special day.
Events & activities in Thurman
The Sugarloaf Mountain Seniors Club’s Feb. 16 meeting has been postponed — the group will be holding a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Feb. 20 at George Henry’s in Warrensburg Norma asks that seniors bring their membership dues of $10 to the event.
Warrensburg Elementary School will be holding an Open House from 6 to 8 p.m. March 27. Many activities are planned for this event, including a fundraiser for the elementary school playground, an effort sponsored by the PTSA. The fundraiser will feature children stuffing their own toy animal, and associates from “Animal Land” will be there to helping families in making their own stuffed cuddly friend. The fee will be around $20 per animal and proceeds benefit the playground.
Goodnow celebrates 92nd
Laura Cameron Goodnow expresses thanks to all who organized and participated in her recent surprise party, held to celebrate her 92nd birthday.
Laura was told by one of her grand-daughters that she was being taken out to Olive Garden for lunch, but they needed to stop off briefly at the Thurman Town Hall. It indeed was a special event for her as even her granddaughter Holly Rogers came all the way from New Orleans to celebrate with her. When Goodnow walked into the town hall everyone yelled “surprise!” — to her delight.